It’s a signature, not a novella

Great tweet the other day from my friend Peter Shankman. Then I received this text last night from a recent college grad-turned-newly employed junior executive: “It bothers me when someone says ‘please forgive this it was sent on my iPhone’ because every email should be given the same attention. They should all have appropriate contact info like full name, phone number, position, and address, if relevant, as well as correct spelling and grammar. Some have too much info, so it distracts from the purpose of giving contact info.” I add: no one cares what device you are using.

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Now, go attack this Monday…



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